NIANP Discovers Regional Solution to Control Indian Cattle-Produced Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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Methane gas emissions from livestock is one of the main contributors to the greenhouse effect that contributes to climate change, and India is taking...

Australian Seaweed Startup Looks Beyond Methane-Reduction

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Currently, strong demand exists for a livestock feed additive derived from Asparagopsis, which can reduce methane emissions by up to 90%, enabling businesses, industry,...

Zero-Waste Fuel Cells from Chicken Feathers

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Feathers keep chickens warm, and they might also hold the key to creating sustainable fuel cells that can power clean vehicles. Scientists from Nanyang...

Mealworms – A key to replace unsustainable feeds

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Entec nutrition, led by academics at the University of Exeter, have won a £250,000 grant from Innovate UK to find ways of producing animal...

Krill meal stands out as key shrimp feed ingredient in new trial

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Research from Labomar and Aker BioMarine has found that including krill meal in shrimp feed formulations can help reduce nutrition costs without sacrificing key...

By-products of sugar can be potential animal feed

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Global demand for animal products is increasing, with significant growth in demand in Asia, and Australian agriculture is uniquely placed to satisfy these demands....

Novus partners with biotech innovator Agrivida to bring innovative technology to the market

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Novus International, Inc., a global leader in nutrition and health solutions for the animal agriculture industry, announced plans to redefine its business through an...

Artemia – A Sustainable Poultry Feed Ingredient

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The 24-month project has been awarded £344,447 by Innovate UK, in collaboration with Agri-EPI Centre and SRUC, and will explore the use of different...

Camelina might be next option for poultry feed

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Camelina 'cake' could be a new, attractive poultry feed Camelina is one step closer to being a feed source for livestock species. “Camelina is not a...

Mushroom-based feed supplement might improve U.S. Cattle farming

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The researchers from College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences are working on integrating mushroom and cattle production.  The team recently received athree-year, $500k grant...